Actor/Singer Michael Ingersoll (Jersey Boys): Steppin' Out at the Skokie Theatre
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The last date listed for Actor/Singer Michael Ingersoll was Sunday May 10, 2009 / 7:00pm.
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Featured review from Anita Banoff
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This was my first visit to the refurbished Skokie Theatre - now completely handicapped accessible, with excellent acoustics. Michael brought along a seven piece band and his lovely wife Angela, all power-house performers. They were joined for a few numbers by the actor presently playing Frankie Valli in Jersey Boys, with not a falsetto to be heard. Huge stage presences with an eclectic song list, they made this Mother's Day a fantastic one!
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“(Ingersoll) has got ‘star’ written all over him.” —Chicago Sun-Times
Skokie Theatre Music Foundation is proud to announce the Skokie Theatre debut of “Jersey Boys” star Michael Ingersoll in Steppin’ Out. Ingersoll has performed as Nick Massi, one of the Four Seasons, in the Los Angeles, San Francisco and Chicago productions of the Tony-Award winning production.
Backed by a powerhouse band and vocalists, Ingersoll performs favorites from pop to Rat Pack to Broadway standards while sharing with the audience stories of his life including behind the scenes stories from “Jersey Boys,” “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” the Emmy Awards and many more.
Ingersoll calls Chicago home with his wife, actor Angela Ingersoll and has appeared in numerous stage productions throughout Chicago and the nation as well as performed several television and film roles. This is his first appearance at the intimate Skokie Theatre.
The band and vocalists backing up Ingersoll are made up of an all-star team of musicians including Chuck Larkin (Music Director, piano), Ted Hogarth (horns), Kyle Woodring (drums) direct from the pit of Broadway in Chicago’s “Jersey Boys,” Hank Horton (bass) the lead backup vocalist with Dennis DeYoung of Styx, David Sarkis (guitar) and Michael’s wife, Angela as guest vocalist.